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The Independent and Interactive Effects of Embodied-Agent Appearance and Behavior on Self-Report, Cognitive, and Behavioral Markers of Copresence in Immersive Virtual Environments
- J. Bailenson, Kimberly R. Swinth, Crystal L. Hoyt, S. Persky, Alex Dimov, J. Blascovich
- Computer Science
- Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments
- 1 August 2005
The current study examined how assessments of copresence in an immersive virtual environment are influenced by variations in how much an embodied agent resembles a human being in appearance and… Expand